NEW HAVEN, Conn. – The Sacred Heart University women's golf team participated in the Yale Invitational at the Yale University Golf Club this weekend. The par-72 course measured 5,959 yards. The Pioneers finished 12th, in a field of 14 teams, with a two-day score of 961.
Sophomore Gabriella Riber (Stockholm, Sweden) and freshman Jennifer Clinton booked the best scores for SHU with a three-round total of 234. Riber shot a 72 in the final round to finish in a tie for 33rd.
Junior Carly Bergin (Binghamton, N.Y.) scored a 244 for the weekend, while sophomore Michelle Riber (Stockholm, Sweden) concluded the third round at 250 and senior Kelsey Shine (Southborough, Mass.) 261, respectively.
The host Bulldogs won the invitational by recording sub-300 scores in each of the three rounds. Overall they shot an 886 to come away with the win. Pennsylvania (899) finished second, followed by Boston College (907), Longwood (916), and Fairleigh Dickinson (917) rounding out the top five.
Sacred Heart is back in action next weekend at the ECAC Championship.